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NYSEG Using Hybrid Bucket Truck In Binghamton Area

One of the bucket trucks NYSEG's using for streetlight repairs is quieter than traditional vehicles employed by the utility.

The Altec hybrid bucket truck utilized by NYSEG in the Binghamton area can be spotted by its specially-designed graphics which identify it as an electric vehicle that's "clean" and "quiet

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Some Tioga County NYSEG Customers Lose Power

An equipment problem caused a brief interruption in electric service for about half of NYSEG's customers in Tioga County.

Utility spokesman Bob Pass says the 27-minute outage started at 2:21 this afternoon

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Binghamton-Area Power Outages Blamed On Weather

A few hundred NYSEG customers in the Binghamton region lost electric service for a time Tuesday.

Shortly before 2 p.m., the utility reported 357 customers without electricity in Broome and Chenango counties

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NYSEG: April Electricity Bills May Be 20% Higher

Thousands of NYSEG electric customers across New York State should be prepared for higher bills in April.

The utility is warning customers that the bill for a "typical residential electricity customer" in April may be about 15 to 20 percent higher than last month's bill

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Power Outage Delayed Start Of Tioga Central Classes

Thousands of Tioga County residents were without electricity this morning and the start of school was delayed for some students after a high-voltage power line fell in the town of Owego.

The New York State Electric and Gas line went down on Montrose Turnpike around 6 a

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Binghamton’s Main Street Closed After Crash

A section of Main Street on Binghamton's West Side was closed after a vehicle slammed into a utility pole.

Police say no injuries were reported in the crash, which happened around 2:30 p.m Sunday

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Gas Leak Prompts Endicott Evacuation

A few Endicott residents were evacuated after a NYSEG high-pressure natural gas line was ruptured Thursday afternoon.

Endicott Fire Department Lieutenant Daniel Williams says the incident, which happened at East Main Street and Arthur Avenue, was reported at noon

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NYSEG Monitoring Weather-Related Stress

New York State Electric and Gas is urging customers to conserve energy as the hot, humid weather persists across the region.

NYSEG officials say they don't anticipate any problems in meeting power needs

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Binghamton To Hold Meeting On Tree Cutting

The city of Binghamton has scheduled a meeting to discuss the need for tree maintenance around utility lines.

Mayor Matthew Ryan says the session will be held at the Binghamton High School cafeteria starting at 6 p

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NYSEG Tree Trimming Angers Binghamton Residents

Some people who live on Binghamton's West Side are upset with tree pruning being done by a contractor hired by New York State Electric and Gas.

Crews working for Nelson Tree Service have been trimming trees along Riverside Drive and nearby streets

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